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Homegrown labs today are the heart of the film photography process.
UPDATE: Community Causes nominations extended to December 31st! Sponsors have always been a big part of EMULSIVE Santa and 2018's event is bringing a big change that's going to allows us to give even more back to the community. For
Update 2018-11-05: Registration is now closed at 1200+ players in 54 countries but you can and should still make a "Community Causes" nomination or two for this year's event! Update 2018-09-03: EMULSIVE Santa 2018 official sponsor and "Community Causes" announcement
EMULSIVE Secret Santa is simply the most wonderful time of the year.
Last year's EMULSIVE Secret Santa event was an unabated success, with 783 players in 46 countries participating to spread the analogue photography joy.
At first, I didn't get the hype but I really respect Dan Ko's opinion when he said he would buy any Konica Waiwai at the silliest price he could find.
I've had this Steky camera (2 of them actually) in my collection for a while now. I only take them out during show and tell, and always assuming that subminiature cameras are just too obscure for me to use.
Almost a year to this day, on a late January afternoon, I met with three characters who were crazy enough to have woken up one morning and collectively thought to themselves, “Hey, we think we’ll build a film lab.”
At the end of 2017 I mentioned to Aislinn Chuahiock that I'd received some 35mm Kodak Portra 800 to test out and was planning on pitting it against Lomography's Color Negative 800 in a side-by-side review. In her infinite wisdom
It's day three of lazy post week here on EMULSIVE but there's nothing lazy about the folks featured in today's countdown.
Ho ho ho! Welcome to Christmas...it's a little early but welcome nonetheless. This year's Secret Santa registration has been manic to say the least.
The moment I received my Silberra film, I immediately popped the PAN100 in my Canon FTb and paired it with a 58mm f/1.2 lens.
The EMULSIVE Santa 17 draw is getting close and I’m already at the mental stage of creating a possible checklist of what I would like to send my partner and where I can get it.
Last year when my brother travelled to Vancouver, I gave him $200 to visit my favourite camera seller and told him, "Get me a camera, whatever the seller suggests, he knows me, he knows what I like." My brother came
I'm incredibly pleased to bring you the words and pictures of Aislinn Chuahiock in this week's EMULSIVE interview.